Morten Frederiksen explores Carl Gustav Jung’s elusive notion of synchronicity from a transrational perspective and relates synchronicity to the transpersonality of the "All-One". This is done by expanding the content and meaning of Wolfgang Dietrich´s layers of Elicitive Conflict Mapping (ECM) through re-relating them to Ken Wilber´s model of the structures of consciousness; with synchronicity as the literal connecting principle. The result, then, is an expanded notion of the transrational peace philosophy which includes Wilber´s model of stages shorn of its evolutionary slant and fathoms synchronicity in its theoretical outlook and practical application.
- A Transrational Approach to Peace Studies through processing the Topic of Synchronicity
- Jungian Psychology and his Concept of Synchronicity
- Transrational Peace Philosophy and Consciousness Development
- Seven different Structures of Consciousness
- Consequences of Synchronicity for a transrational-oriented Peace Philosophy and Practice
- Lecturers and Students of Psychology, Peace Students and Conflict Transformation Researchers
- Practitioners in the Field of Elicitive Conflict Transformation
About the Author
Morten Frederiksen is a Peace Researcher from the MA Program in Peace, Security, Development and International Conflict Transformation at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, and Coordinator of the Danish Development Aid Agency "U-landsforeningen Svalerne".